Mars Continues To Yield Its Secrets

Credit: NASA
Planetary scientists are using old Martian rocks that made their way to Earth and NASA’s nuclear-powered Curiosity rover to pry out new data on the planet’s past and present chemistry, with more tantalizing clues about the possibility of life there. An isotopic assessment of carbon and oxygen locked...

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